When tough times prevail, outstanding tenacity arises'. This ancient Arabic proverb highlights the attitude of many Lebanese who suffered the miseries of war, poverty, and displacement. I am referring to a majority of Lebanese women who were
deprived, displaced, widowed, divorced, or who lost one or more of their family members during the war.
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